Marcy Bialeschki

Bio Marcy is a professional writer working freelance and on staff at Otter Public Relations. She also works as an inner-city school counselor at a K - 12 alternative school in Illinois. She has 33 years of experience teaching high school and college writing and working as a school counselor. Follow her on Facebook.
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5 STEM Children’s Books That Will Make Your Kids Love Science

5 STEM Children’s Books That Will Make Your Kids Love Science

STEM Children’s Books Why is STEM education important?How can parents foster a love for science?Five outstanding STEM books for your child’s library When most parents look to the future and see their children, they envision them being successful and independent. More so, they see them making notable contributions to society and loving their careers. These are big dreams, and as parents, we have the tremendous responsibility of preparing our children for that role.  5 STEM Children’s Books That Will Make Your Kids Love Science We try to expose them to the right experiences, see that they get a good education,…
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Childless by Choice: 5 Things Childless People Want the World to Know

Childless by Choice: 5 Things Childless People Want the World to Know

People who have big families cannot imagine their lives without a house full of children. Well, even if it’s not a house full, most people with children assume everyone needs at least one of their own. However, having children is not a lifestyle everyone pursues.  Childless by Choice: 5 Things Childless People Want the World to Know In an article from  The Huff Post , the 2014 census revealed that 47.6 percent of women between age 15 and 44 have never had children. Even though the people with children and those without are split nearly in half, the childless group…
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5 Tips for Transitioning Your Kids From Remote to In-Person Learning

5 Tips for Transitioning Your Kids From Remote to In-Person Learning

For many school districts across the country, remote learning is still in session, and parents are continuing to juggle a ‘temporary’ schedule that has more than worn out its welcome. However, as 2020 comes to a close and a new year begins, many schools will be embarking on ‘return to learn’ initiatives and welcoming students back into their school buildings. For some parents, the only issue causing more anxiety than the chaos of remote learning is the thought of transitioning their kids’ schedules back to a regular school day routine. After what has been the longest summer break ever, how…
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